Passenger Side Black Door Panel Cup for all 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 and 1998 Coupe and Convertible Mustangs with Power Windows and Door Locks.
After several years of use the passenger side door panel cup can become damaged due to years of everyday use. This door panel cup is an OE style replacement that features all the same details as an original door cup from Ford. So if your passenger side door cup is damaged it might be a great time to replace it with this OEM Style door cup.
- Fits 1994-1998 Mustangs
- Durable Black Plastic
- Included Mounting Clip
- Anti Rattle Foam
- Correct Hole Cut Outs
This door panel cup comes in the correct black finish that was an option for all 1994-1998 Mustangs. The insert features accurate locations for the factory power window and power door lock switch. A mounting clip is included with this door cup making the installation easy. This reproduction door cup also features a foam pad that helps against rattling. With this door cup fitting the passenger side of your Mustang it will work for Coupe and Convertible Mustangs.
Many owners have used their 1994-1998 Mustangs hard. Their interior parts show that, with plenty of wear and tear. Thankfully, CJ Pony Parts has hundreds of parts for SN95 interiors, so this wear and tear can easily be fixed and these Mustangs can look like great in no time. CJ's offers plenty of parts for your Mustang interior, including upholstery, carpet, door panels and more.
Purchase a new Passenger Side Black Door Panel Cup for your 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 or 1998 Coupe and Convertible Mustangs with Power Windows and Door Locks from CJ Pony Parts today!
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The driver side, textured vinyl finish for my 95 is pending delivery. I want the passenger side to match, but the description does not clearly state it's a match. Please clarify.
Is this a genuine ford product? If not, who makes this?
What's the difference between this door panel and the 1999-2004 version? http://www.cjponyparts.com/ford-door-panel-cup-with-power-charcoal-passenger-side-coupe-and-convertible-1999-2004/p/DPC6R/
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Typically the only tool you're going to need to install the door cups is going to be a Phillips-head screwdriver. We're going to start by removing it right here. I do want to make a point of mentioning that if this part of your door panel is damaged, then replacing the door cup's probably not going to fix your issue. You may need a whole new door panel. Typically though, these are okay and the door panel's a problem, simply push down here and pull out. Now there's normally a clip back here. This is another common area these things break. In the case of our Bullet, this is where this one's broken off at.
Going to flip the door cup over, remove the two screws holding our window switches in place. Then pop the clip for the mirrors. The nearest switch is held to the door cup by this little push pin. Simply just push this pad in and slide it through. I'm going to lift it back first and then push it through. Take the window switch. It will just pop right into place on our new door cup. We'll install the switch assembly. Plug in the mirrors. At this point, test everything. Make sure the mirrors are working. Make sure that the door lock works. Don't worry about the windows. If the lock works, if the windows weren't before, they're going to work now as well.
Now what you'll want to do is line this clip up with this opening in the back here and then push the door panel cup into place. That's all there is to it. Repeat the process if you're replacing the passenger side, and you're all finished. Replacing the door cups in your SN95 Mustang not only improvements the function of the door but it also looks a hack of a lot better without the door cup falling off. Installation's very simple, like I said. The only tool required is a Phillips-head screwdriver. Take about five minutes per side and you'll be back on the road in no time.